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From Blomidon to Smoky, and other papers (1894)



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Author: Bolles, Frank, 1856-1894
Subject: Birds -- Nova Scotia; Birds -- New Hampshire; Nova Scotia -- Description and travel
Publisher: Boston, New York, Houghton, Mifflin and Company
Possible copyright status: NOT_IN_COPYRIGHT
Language: English
Call number: b1026165
Digitizing sponsor: Biodiversity Heritage Library
Book contributor: American Museum of Natural History Library
Collection: biodiversity; americanmuseumnaturalhistory; americana

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From Blomidon to Smoky.--Ingonish, by land and sea.--The home of Glooscap.--August birds in Cape Breton.--Barrel owls in captivity.--Sapsuckers and their guests.--Young sapsuckers in captivity.--Ways of the owl.--Bird traits.--Individuality in birds.--Birds at Yuletide.--Up the chimney.--The humming-birds of Chocorua


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